Orocobre sees lithium sales slump in June quarter on lingering effects of virus

By Dalila Ouerghi
Published: Thursday, 25 June 2020

Australian lithium miner Orocobre expects to sell a total of 1,600 tonnes of lithium carbonate from its flagship Olaroz mine during the June quarter, down around 36% from the prior quarter and 53% lower than a year ago, it said on Thursday June 25.

It said that the average realized price for sales is also expected to decline sharply to $4,015 per tonne on a fob Argentina basis in the three months to June-end, down by around 16% from the previous quarter and by around 51% year on year.  

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